Deaf high student trained at hairdressing shop in city office

 February 8, 2014

Furuuchi Yuria (古内ゆりあ), 17, a high school sophomore in the hairdressing course of the Ibaraki Prefectural Mito School for the Deaf had on-site training in the hairdressing shop at the prefecture office.

The Mito School offers on-site training around a total of 15 days in three years for the student who takes a vocational course including hairdressing, dressmaking, etc.

Furuuchi learned how to wash and massage the head of a customer under the instruction of the manager of the hairdressing shop from February 5 through 7.

She said with smile, "I was tense at first, but was gladdest about the customer saying he felt pleasant."


Japanese source:
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/region/news/140208/ibr14020802110001-n1.htm

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